I liked the Cleer Enduro 100 headphones the moment they emerged from their slightly complicated, but classy packaging. The styling and colors are unique and attractive, and more importantly, they sound very, very good. The feature set is also state of the art.
My one caveat is that one tester—the one with the big head, aka me—found them somewhat uncomfortable to wear for very long listening sessions.
DESIGN AND SPECS
The Cleer Enduro 100 are packed with the latest tech features, including Bluetooth 5 with its longer range, greater bandwidth, and native handling of Apple’s AAC codec; aptX HD codec support for high-resolution and low-latency audio playback; and Google Fast Pair 2.0 for quick connections with Android devices. You can also invoke Siri on iOS devices with the push of a button.
Throw in a Type-C USB port and NFC pairing, and I can’t think of anything—apart from active noise cancellation, which would put these cans in a different category—that the company missed. I’m sure I’ll hear from you if there is.
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